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No.1 Royal Crescent reopened in June 2013 after a major restoration project, and now provides visitors with an opportunity to look beyond the famous Palladian facade and see what life was like for the wealthy and their servants in 18th century Bath. Each room is an exquisite example of Georgian interior design with authentic furniture, paintings, textiles and carpets. The superbly appointed dining room is set for dessert whilst the elegant drawing room is ready for fashionable visitors to take tea. The Gentleman's Retreat reveals the interests of No.1's first resident, Mr Henry Sandford, including travel and discoveries, electricity and agriculture as well as local gossip and news. Upstairs are a gentleman's and a lady's bedroom, with original paraphernalia and fittings while below stairs are the original kitchen and scullery, coal-holes and servant's corridors, the housekeeper's room and servant's hall. Guides in every room bring the house to life with stories of the past.
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